Education news, analysis, and opinion about issues affecting the health, wellness, mental health, and nutrition of students.
- Student Well-Being Goodbye to COVID Vaccine, Testing Mandates. What That Means for SchoolsThe changes come after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention relaxed its COVID-19 guidance for schools.Student Well-Being NYC School Vaccination Study Shows Differences Based on Race and CommunitySchools serving a majority of Asian students had the highest vaccination rates.Student Well-Being Opinion Searching for Common Ground: High School Football’s Risks and RewardsSafety concerns with high school football are real, but the sport also has value for student athletes.Student Well-Being Social-Emotional Learning Coalition Will Fight Back Against Politically Charged AttacksA newly-formed coalition will provide educators with resources for communicating more effectively about SEL and its goals.Student Well-Being The Kids Are All Right? Teens Are Optimistic About the FutureBlack high school students reported being the most optimistic, according to a survey from ACT.Student Well-Being Sandy Hook Survivors to Uvalde Students: You’ll Learn to Live With Your TraumaNow on the cusp of adulthood, the survivors of Sandy Hook are telling their stories, some for the first time.Student Well-Being Opinion How to Set a Moral Example for Students: What the Research ShowsWe all fall short sometimes. But we can do better if we try.Student Well-Being Reported Essay We Talk a Lot About Student Mental Health. We Need More ActionThe pandemic has brought new attention to student mental health concerns. Schools need sustained help to respond.Student Well-Being Video Not Just a Talking Point: How Lawmakers Can Support the Mental Health Needs of StudentsCOVID brought new awareness to students' mental health needs. Schools must have ongoing support and resources to manage this crisis.Student Well-Being Messaging About Vaccines and Boosters: 3 Best Practices for School DistrictsOfficials expect the COVID-19 vaccine to become as routine as the annual flu shot. Here's what schools can do to prepare families.Student Well-Being Opinion It’s OK to Be Selfish at Certain Times. Here's When and WhyA psychologist shares what research on the most moral people in the world reveals about the importance of being selfish at the right time.Student Well-Being Student Wellness Issues for Schools to Watch This Year"It's not going to be pretty, but it is going to be better."Student Well-Being What the Research Says Student Absences May Spike Due to Low Vaccination Rates, Weaker ImmunitySchool leaders should brace for waves of respiratory infections this fall.